All over the Donetsk region, close to the front lines of Russia’s war in Ukraine, Nataliia Voronkova turns up at Ukrainian field positions and hospitals wearing high heels. Key points: Ms Voronkova is a civilian and the founder of a medical non-profit She dedicates her life to providing tactical medical training and equipment for Ukrainian forces fighting pro-Russia separatists Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February has created more need for her organisation A colleague bought her running shoes, but Ms Voronkova gave them away. A helmet and a protective vest aren’t part of her uniform either, as she distributes first-aid kits and other equipment to Ukrainian soldiers and paramedics. She is a civilian, the founder of a medical non-profit group, and looking like one is something no one can take from her, even in a combat zone. “I am myself, and I will never give up my heels for anything,” Ms Voronkova said of the red strappy sandals, beige pumps and other elegant footwear she typically pairs with full skirts and midi dresses as she makes her dangerous rounds to secret military bases and mobile medical units. The former adviser to the Ukrainian Defence Ministry with graduate degrees in banking and finance is a… Read full this story
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